I'm so sorry that you experienced that! I know that type of misery. Detoxing is nearly as important as the treatments to kill the bacteria - as is supporting the body and the body systems as it goes through this. Many of us can't get through treatments without doing all of this.
It sounds like you added all of those things into your routines in one day? If so, then that's exactly what happened. You overloaded your bloodstream with too many toxins and your body couldn't clear them fast enough to prevent issues.
The majority of toxins are in our tissues, not in our bloodstream. Detoxing is designed to release those toxins from the soft tissues and into the bloodstream - but we must do this slowly so that we don't overwhelm the bloodstream with toxins, causing possible serious issues. Cytokine storms can and do happen to Lyme patients, and they can be deadly, so we need to pay attention to these things.
That you were feeling the improvements, then days later had a set back shows that you indeed did start something your body needed, you just moved too fast with it. We all need different levels of detoxing, depending on what all our body is dealing with, so don't gauge yourself against others too much. The amount of detoxing I need to do daily is not what many others need - and yet I don't need as much as some others still.
Backing down on the doses and holding the doses steady until you feel more stable is a good idea - then watch your symptoms. If you try to add in one more dose or drop of something, wait and see how your body responds. You now know that it will take several days to know what your body thinks of it. You can use this to your advantage now.
Personally, I only raise my doses one drop at a time per day. I can be that sensitive to changes, and many of us are. So, go slow, listen to your body carefully and let us know how you are doing!
Anytime you get an overload of toxins, you can also incorporate binders, as long as you learn the best way to use them. You need to be sure to keep binders at least 2 hours away (before and after) from anything you want your body to absorb, except water - drink lots of water to help avoid constipation, as it will keep those toxins you were trying to remove from your body in your intestines longer, and give them more of a chance to get reabsorbed through the intestinal walls - and then you are right back to where you started.
Essentially, you need a 4 hour window where you aren't taking anything, or eating to take a binder. Take the binder after 2 hours of nothing more than water, then stick with nothing more than water for the next 2 hours. Because of this, and my pill/tincture schedule, I usually take my binders in the middle of the night when I get up to use the bathroom.
Best of luck!! And please do let us know how you are doing!!
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New set of infections 8/2014 - still treating.
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